By Leith van Onselen Throughout the immigration debate, MB has consistently argued that mass immigration is helping to hold down wages. The economics is simple: when labour supply is continually increased via mass immigration, competition for jobs is intensified, worker bargaining power is reduced, unemployment and underemployment will remain elevated, and wages will be held
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